Our award-winning Ceramic collection combines bold design and the outstanding sharpness of our ceramic blades without the need for sharpening. Featured in design blogs and magazines and loved by our chefs – this is a timeless collection.
The high–tech zirconium oxide blades are second to diamond in hardness, keeping these blades sharp for years whereas a cheap steel knife may be dull after only a month of use.
With regular use the Ceramic series could keep sharp for years without sharpening. Their lightweight and comfortable handle makes them easy to use for supreme cooking. Award-winning design by Christian Bird.
The complete Ceramics collection consisting of the Chef’s, Slicer, Santoku, Utility and Paring knife – with the rubber coated handle in Onyx or Lime. Each knife forms part of a limited edition series.
Whether chopping, dicing, mincing or slicing, the versatile Chef’s Knife is a cutting edge tool for every kitchen. Durable, adaptable and ergonomically designed, this multi faceted knife is the key to superb creativity in the kitchen.
The Ceramic Slicer is engineered for slicing roasted meat and cutting fish, its 6-inch narrow blade renders it an avant-garde carving knife, seamlessly slicing accurate cuts across roasted joints of savoury beef and fish filet.
The Ceramic Santoku comprises a santoku style blade famous for its "three virtues": slicing, dicing and mincing. The Santoku has been expertly engineered for slicing and chopping vegetables such as crisp courgettes, delicious cherry tomatoes, and is also highly suited for preparing sushi.
The Utility Knife is lightweight in design and ideal for food items that are too large for a paring knife and too small for a chef’s knife, such as pungent peppers, juicy apples or crisp squash.
The Paring Knife provides increased manageability for great precision. Featuring a straight 4-inch narrow blade, tapering to a pointed tip, it peels, minces, cores and cuts small food items and ingredients with splendid ease, whether shallots, ripe lemon or small fruit.
Our unique, angular float knife block designed by Christian Bird is a piece of art for the kitchen.
Clever use of weighting secures the knives in their blocks, just as slight angling allows for easy extraction. Designed for maximum flexibility it is suitable for most knives.